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- n. the principle of misogyny, the hatred of women
- n. the act of conditioning women to feel bad about being women
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. misogyny.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as misogyny.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. hatred of women
Taggart, who now works as a media consultant for London-based financial PR firm MRM, also spoke about Brooks ignoring misogynism in copy, claiming that he and his fellow journalists were encouraged to refer to women as tarts, slappers or hookers.
Of course, given the religious overtones, heavy meta and the shows absolute red-neck misogynism most of the awesomeness of Supernatural would be wasted on you.
Who delights in tempering a genuine tenderness and reticence with the women who love him with a loud and unabashed misogynism?
Racism and misogynism can be hard not to code into narrative.
"I don't know how you don't identify sexism when Wall Street itself is notorious for its sexism and misogynism."
Did electing a female PM herald the end of misogynism in the UK?
Therefore, they demonstrate sexism, misogynism, ageism, etc. in their attacks on those who oppose them.
Obama rode the wave of misogynism into the Dem nomination, not ONCE speaking out against it.
I am a self-confessed fan of the Zom-Sploitation film, but even I found it a little difficult to take the level of misogynism and insanity on show here.
So far the people who have posted here leveling accusations of sexism and misogynism and whateverallthehellelseism against Obama his own self as well as his campaign have yet to provide links to actual examples of such.
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